Underworld: Endless War

Underworld: Endless War

Underworld: Endless War is a collection of three short, anime-style tie-in stories-—whose creation was supervised by Len Wiseman, director of the first 2 Underworld movies and producer of Underworld 3 & 4--each tell a different story, and at different periods of history to highlight new events of the Underworld mythology. These stories also tell of what happened before the events in Underworld: Awakening

Underworld: Endless War is a collection of three short, anime-style tie-in stories-—whose creation was supervised by Len Wiseman, director of the first 2 Underworld movies and producer of Underworld 3 & 4--each tell a different story, and at different periods of history to highlight new events of the Underworld mythology. These stories also tell of what happened before the events in Underworld: Awakening . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ashley R (us) wrote: It's Kevin Hart. Enough said.

Cris A (fr) wrote: A picture postcard for the Berlin nightlife wrapped up in a neat bowtie of stylish pulp fiction. This German thriller vampire film was odd and sexy and a refreshing take on the genre. Euro chic!

Remi L (de) wrote: I went in hoping this movie would be something like a Guy Ritchie flick, what with its focus on the British criminal underworld. My mistake. This is the kind of film you watch when you're bored out of your skull and having NOTHING better to do, which, funny enough, is why I watched this film in the first place.

Chris M (kr) wrote: The music is amazing!

Michael G (nl) wrote: Nowhere near as good or controversial compared to Cannibal Holocaust. Cannibal I find to be more cheesy and the plot was ridiculous.

Cade H (fr) wrote: Willard was an overall dark and sinister film. It was comical at times but not in a way you really want to get your laughs. No one else could of played the part besides Crispin Glover and he did an amazing job at being an insane rat man. The story was rather predictable and just kind of flowed along with no real ups or downs. The premise was simple and thats all it really needed to be to provide a dark story about a man and his rats.

Private U (fr) wrote: Day is absolutely adorable. Light and lots of laughs.

Richard V (gb) wrote: Sadly a fairly average entry in the canon. Bernard Cribbins gamely mugs his way through, Kenneth Williams sleepwalks through the main role (though his delirium is laugh out loud), but all in all, it feels like a tired retread of cliches, half jokes and a lack of plot (which, odd as it is to say, is a major part of the successful Carry Ons). Passes the time, as opposed to offending, but very average.

Ryan M (de) wrote: Cute film where the goal is not to hurt your rival, but take all of the buttons from their clothes. No one really knows why the two towns dislike each other, they just do.

Jon P (it) wrote: Martin Scorsese's crimson-lit tale of penance and petulance is a stylistic triumph characterised by unforgettable collisions.Mean Streets is a study of ambition versus tradition, which is echoed no-end through its themes, characters and endless visual experimentation, all of which clash with the film's roots as an old-school mob flick.The film grabs us by the balls and doesn't let go. It drags us through barroom brawls and dingy backstreets with a forward-thinking fervour that still rings fresh today; the old and the new locking horns in every frame.Then there's Robert De Niro's turn as loathsome lowlife Johnny Boy - one of very few all-time great character performances that can be described as so good, you want to punch it in the face yourself.Over time, Martin Scorsese has reinvented the gangster movie. The seeds of an entire genre overhaul are all planted firmly in Mean Streets.

Peter T (au) wrote: not slow but a pathetic action movie .

Mike W (gb) wrote: Wild Hogs ride hard forever!